Pick of the Day: Belle Plaine CD Release

Belle Plaine is no stranger to the pages of prairie dog. For two years running she’s been voted Best Regina Vocalist in our Readers’ poll. Tonight she’s launching her new CD Notes From a Waitress at Artesian on 13th (show at 8 p.m., $15).

A typical Belle Plaine concert offers a mix of jazz and country standards and originals. You can likely expect something similar tonight. In addition to accompanying herself on acoustic guitar,  Belle Plaine will be joined by bassist Elizabeth Curry, whom she toured western Canada with this fall, and Jeremy Sauer, Kris Craig, Jody Mario and Cheney Lambert.

Opening for Belle Plaine will be Julia & Her Piano.

Later on, local rockers Tinsel Trees play a show at O’Hanlon’s Pub with Delta Throats at the opening act.

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15 thoughts on “Pick of the Day: Belle Plaine CD Release”

  1. Alas, Pat is not hosting: it’s a terrible internet rumour, I’m afraid. She’ll be there, though. So will I, for that matter.

  2. Uh oh. My apologies.

    I should really know better than to print unsubstantiated stuff. Sorry for the misinformation. How do erase things from the comments section? Stephen?

  3. It’s not Vanda’s fault. My mom has not yet become accustomed to the reactivity of Facebook.

  4. #5, #6 Now, now — settle down. It’s not a big deal. S.W. will fix it. The important thing is that we know Pat Steel WILL NOT be hosting this show.
    p.s. If not Pat Steel, then who IS the host?

  5. Still, it doesn’t speak well for the reputation of Vanda Schmockel, Cub Reporter. She might have to come to O’Hanlon’s as punishment.

  6. Where did I get that idea, anyway? I just checked Pat’s fb page, and it wasn’t from there… Hmmmm.

    Anyway, thanks for coming to my defense, Good Carle.

  7. For events at Artesian your best bet for advance tickets is to check at Mysteria Gallery which is kitty corner from Artesian on 13th Ave.

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